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ered and rejected. The Convention Bill.--Mr. Keen, of Pittsylvania, offered the following amendo to the Governor of the Commonwealth. Messrs. Keen and Ball supported the amendment, advocating as an amendment to the amendment offered by Mr. Keen: Provide, however, That the vote so takef the bill as reported by the committee. Mr. Keen rose to a point of order; but the Speaker decf Monroe, obtained the floor, but gave way to Mr. Keen, who desired to make a personal explanation. Mr. Keen concluded his personal explanation, by some remarks in opposition to the amendment to Mr. Duckwall's amendment to the amendment or Mr. Keen. It was defeated. The question recurring on the adoption of Mr. Keen's amendment, he called the yeas and nays, which were ordered, with the foller the vote adopting the amendment offered by Mr. Keen. He did so with a view of again submitting Mrollier's amendment, heretofore defeated. Mr. Keen said he heard it asserted in the House that t